Biochemistry of Human Cancer by Oscar Bodansky

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13. 6 28 21 Based on d a t a of Shonk et al. (1965). Each value represents the average of determinations on 6-12 specimens. The coefficient of variation for the various values ranged from about 20 to 70% and averaged about 4 0 % . One unit is equivalent to the conversion of 1 μπιοΐβ of substrate in 1 minute. c Trivial names are those employed by Shonk et al. (1965). d Represents value of one specimen. b 2. GENERAL ASPECTS OF ENZYMES IN CANCER 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Normal rectum Ratio of neoplastic to normal enzyme activity Ratio of neoplastic to normal enzyme activity II.

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